On Monday, 14 April, Rudolfs Bremanis, Head of the Foreign Economic Relations Promotion Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia, will give a public lecture "Current Priorities of the Latvian Foreign Economic Relations Promotion Efforts" at Riga Graduate School of Law. Lecture will take place at RGSL, Room W42, at 13:00 - 15:00.
The lectures forms part of the Bachelor degree course Economic and Commercial Diplomacy, but is open to RGSL students and Alumni, students from other universities, public service and NGO representatives.
Rudolfs Bremanis is a career diplomat with ten years of experience. Throughout his career he has held different positions in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Riga as well as outside Latvia. In 2008 R. Bremanis became the Special Representative of Latvia to Afghanistan and worked in Kabul, Meimaneh and Maraz-e-Sharif. R. Bremanis has worked as a planning adviser at the US State Department in 2009 followed by a posting to the Embassy of Latvia in Washington, DC and becoming the Economic Adviser to the Ambassador of Latvia to the US.
R.Bremanis holds his current position since July 2012 and is responsible for promoting foreign economic relations between Latvia and the rest of the world.
R.Bremanis obtained Bachelor’s degree at the International University Concordia Audentes in Tallinn, holds Master’s degree from the Latvian University and has completed Executive education degree at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Massachusetts.